Atlantic Aromatics, Ho Wood 10ml

€8,75

Atlantic Aromatics is family business based in Ireland and is widely distributed around the country as well as in the UK, Germany & Japan.

The only focus driving Atlantic Aromatics is towards quality and only quality.

Most of the oils offered are either Certified Organic or Sustainably Wild Crafted.

This work with nature translates as well in a reduction of wasteful unnecessary packaging. That is why the oils do not come in a box and are delivered as the photo shown.

An addition plus point is you pay for quality and not fancy packaging and marketing.Ho Wood Oil, Cinnamomum camphora var linalool, is steam distilled from the bark and wood. Ho Wood is one of the most potent sources of naturally occurring linalol found in any steam distilled essential oil. Emotionally, given its linalol content, Ho Wood Oil is a peaceful oil. It is calming and is a good choice when needing to relax or unwind.Emotionally, given its linalol content, Ho Wood Oil is a peaceful oil. It is calming and is a good choice when needing to relax or unwind.Botanical name: Cinnamomum camphora

Extraction method: steam distillation

Part of plant: wood

Origin: Chile

Info: Not to be confused with toxic Ho Leaf oil, we supply oil from the Ho wood from the linalool variety of the tree. The aroma is similar to Rosewood oil, though it has a different history of use and cannot be directly substituted. It can add softness to blends

Directions & Dosage : 

Vaporisation OR Oil Burner In an oil burner the heat from a night light candle can be used to vaporise a few drops of essential oil. Depending on the size of the room and ventilation add between 5 and 15 drops to the bowl of the burner and fill with water.

Inflammable. Not for internal use. Do not apply undiluted to skin. Keep out of reach of children. Keep away from eyes. If pregnant or currently receiving medical treatment consult your doctor before use. Use within 18 months of opening.

Ingredients & Nutrition Facts : 

Pure essential oil distilled from the wood of the cinnamom camphora (linalool type) bark.

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